Brides on A Budget. The Options for Finding an Affordable Gown. Second City Style Fashion Blog

We have been getting a ton of feedback on our Kanacca expose. We were quite surprised to hear from so many defending the wedding dress manufacturer. Make no mistake, we are not suggesting that one has to spend a ton on their dream wedding. Rather, the beef with the site is that they are stealing/using photos that do not belong to them. If Kanacca wants to create their own designs that somewhat resemble couture designers and take their own photos, using their own models…we don’t think there would be an issue. Please see the difference. However, we LOVE the feedback.

Wedding dresses and accessories don’t have to cost an arm and leg. Here are some options.

Elizabeth Bridal Gown $600 Ann Taylor


Issac Mizrahi for Target Trapunto Bell Dress $159 at Target


Vintage 1950’s Marshall Field $425 at Posh Girl Vinatge

This dress is stunning and $329! Wedding Dress Discount

This dress is $425 at The Rose Dress

Vintage Bridal Sites: Vintage Bridal; The Vintage Wedding Dress Company

Look for a second-hand dress or sell yours at: Wedding Central Classifieds

Discount wedding dresses at: The Bridal Online Store; The Bridal World; The Rose Dress; Wedding Dress Discount (up to size 28)

Lesley at ‘Fashiontribes Daily’ posted "How to Look-Like-a-Million Bride Without Spending a Bundle"

There are options…if you look. There is always eBay.

– Lauren Dimet Waters

1 thought on “Brides on A Budget. The Options for Finding an Affordable Gown. Second City Style Fashion Blog”

  1. ALL of those dresses are lovely alternatives to ripping off designers.
    These are very beautiful dresses that can fit any wedding budget, and are great examples for people who don’t have trust fund money for a wedding, or don’t want to spend 5 grand on a REAL designer dress but still look gorgeous on their wedding day. Nice job finding these!


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